Home Run Derby 2010: 10 Guys Who Should Be in It

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Home Run Derby 2010: 10 Guys Who Should Be in It

Every year the Home Run Derby is one of the most anticipated events of the baseball season. There is nothing boring about watching baseball's best hitters try their hardest to hit bombs 500 feet.

However, there is always some controversy surrounding each year's participants, and inevitably there will be someone who hits only one or two long balls.

Brandon Inge from the Tigers actually laid a goose egg in last year's contest.

This year, the National League will be represented by Corey Hart, Matt Holliday, Hanley Ramirez, and Chris Young.

The American League side will feature Miguel Cabrera, David Ortiz, Nick Swisher, and Vernon Wells.

Although all of these batters are very worthy participants, there are still many players who have equally strong cases for being on the big stage Monday evening.

Here are the top 10 snubs from this year's Home Run Derby.

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